WEX offers OTR fuel card services

WEX, a provider of corporate payment solutions, has entered into an over-the-road (“OTR”) fuel card program through which WEX Bank will offer qualified customers of GE Capital, Transportation Finance co-branded over-the-road fuel card services, the company recently announced.

 

“We are extremely pleased to announce the Fleet One OTR Fuel Card program with WEX, which is designed to help our customers with their fuel purchase needs,” the company said.

 

The newly co-branded Fleet One OTR fuel card, offered by WEX Bank, provides cardholders with numerous benefits including industry-leading controls, fraud reduction, level III reporting and fuel savings throughout the Fleet One network, according to the company. Cardholders can execute fuel purchases through a closed network fueling solution and will receive diesel pricing and integration into most third party dispatch and billing systems, WEX added.

 

“We are very excited about the opportunity this relationship will provide fleets nationwide. Through the Fleet One OTR fuel card program, qualified customers of GE Capital, Transportation Finance can now enjoy added security, control and cost containment measures,” said Brian Fournier, vice president of fleet partner channels at WEX. “By entering into this fuel card program, GE Capital, Transportation Finance has provided their customers with an opportunity to obtain a powerful tool to help control and manage their fleet related expenses.”

 

“We are extremely pleased to announce the Fleet One OTR Fuel Card program with WEX, which is designed to help our customers with their fuel purchase needs,” said John Conkin, senior vice president of sales with GE Capital, Transportation Finance. “They’ll also benefit from WEX Fleet One’s robust reporting capabilities, which provide increased security and control, allowing customers better management of their fleet expenses. This is another way we’re helping our customers better manage and grow their businesses.”

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